Cherokee Family Violence Center’s Transitional Housing Program is an income-based apartment complex designed specifically for the needs of families that have experienced domestic violence. It is located in Cherokee County, GA and consists of 72 apartments with on-site supportive services where families can live for a maximum of three years. It consists of 2, 3, or 4 bedroom unfurnished apartments.
The apartment complex is one of the largest housing units of its kind in the nation. Each apartment comes with its own washer and dryer, stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. The complex is gated and includes a community swimming pool and playground. The lease is held in the renter’s name to help with credit repair and building rental history. The apartment rental amounts vary based on the type of apartment that best fits your circumstances and income.